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    Iraqis Debate Whether War Changed Their Lives for Better, Worsei
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    April 08, 2013 1:29 PM
    It has been 10 years since the statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled in central Baghdad, an act that came to symbolize the end of his regime and a new beginning for Iraqis. VOA Correspondent Scott Bobb covered the Iraq War and its aftermath. He returned to Iraq recently and has these observations.

    Iraqis Debate Whether War Changed Their Lives for Better, Worse

    Published April 08, 2013

    It has been 10 years since the statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled in central Baghdad, an act that came to symbolize the end of his regime and a new beginning for Iraqis. VOA Correspondent Scott Bobb covered the Iraq War and its aftermath. He returned to Iraq recently and has these observations.


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